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Single-chip EDGE transceiver has digital interface

Silicon Laboratories today announced the Aero® IIed single-chip EDGE transceiver with a digital interface. The Aero IIed is fully compliant with the 2.5G DigRF specification version 1.12 and is pre-validated with leading DigRF baseband implementations. This latest addition to the patented, proven Aero family provides the industry’s smallest, most integrated and easiest to design and manufacture DigRF transceiver for GSM/GPRS/EDGE handsets, smart phones and data modems.
19th September 2006

USB Wireless Evaluation Kit from Easy Radio's LPRS

 USB Wireless Evaluation Kit from Easy Radio's LPRS
New from Low Power Radio Solutions, the Witney UK based wireless systems specialist, is a USB controlled evaluation kit for their market leading “Easy Radio” plug and play wireless modules. “Easy Radio” is already established as the fastest way to get wireless projects into production, without extensive RF or programming knowledge. These new USB drivers allow direct connection and control from any PC.
15th September 2006

Flexible antennas complement ISM Band modules

Flexible antennas complement ISM Band modules
1st September 2006


Online Shop Offers Local Shopping Globally For Short Range Wireless Devices

1 Stop Radio is a new concept in online sales for short-range wireless devices (SRD’s). As a network of independent vendors with a common stock profile 1 Stop Radio will be offering the very latest wireless products from manufacturers around the world and will soon become the first place to look for the latest wireless products and services.
25th August 2006

RF Transmitter Offers Low System Cost Implementation for Wireless Security, Home Automation Applications

RF Transmitter  Offers Low System Cost Implementation for Wireless Security, Home Automation Applications
Semtech has announced the SX1223, a single-chip, ultra-high frequency transmitter for wireless security and automation applications. The SX1223 is optimized for design reuse with programmable channel, bit rate, frequency deviation and output power - making it well suited for both cost-reducing legacy products and next-generation designs.
14th August 2006

Analog Devices' Blackfin combines processing power, security and ease-of-programming to deliver live video to mobile phones

Analog Devices' Blackfin combines processing power, security and ease-of-programming to deliver live video to mobile phones
Looking for a quiet restaurant? Or, wondering if the party has started at your favourite night club? Live video streams to the mobile phones of would-be diners and dancers lets them look inside. An innovative new wireless application called the IRIS(TM) camera uses the Blackfin(R) processor from Analog Devices, Inc. to secure and stream video from a camera to an enabled portable device, such as a GPRS or 3G phone, or laptop. The IRIS(TM) camera can be deployed in a variety of applications ranging from a creative marketing channel for businesses to a home or office surveillance system.
8th August 2006

Staccato Communications to Deliver Certified Wireless USB based Reference Designs with Cypress

Staccato Communications today announced a collaboration effort to jointly develop reference designs for the Certified Wireless USB market with Cypress Semiconductor Corp. The companies are working to provide solutions based on Cypress's industry-leading wired USB products and Staccato's single-chip, all-CMOS Ripcord™ Device Wire Adapter solution based on Certified Wireless USB, which operates in the Ultra Wideband (UWB) spectrum and offers high-speed wireless data transfers up to 480Mbps. The companies are developing reference designs that will offer full turn-key, pre-certified design kits including hardware, software, design files, and documentation. These kits will enable product developers to introduce Certified Wireless USB products to market quickly, cost effectively and with minimal design risk.
7th August 2006

Staccato and SMSC Collaborate to Develop Joint Reference Designs for Certified Wireless USB Market

SMSC USB MultiSwitch Hub and Staccato's single-chip all-CMOS Ripcord design reduces customer design risk and speeds time-to-market
24th July 2006

Software enables implementation of audio applications in Bluetooth devices

Renesas has introduced ‘SBC Middleware’ software, an important enabling tool in the development of audio applications for Bluetooth devices using SuperH family microprocessors incorporating an SH3-DSP CPU core.
19th July 2006

In-building wireless antenna operates over the wideband frequency range of 800 MHz to 2.4 GHz

In-building wireless antenna  operates over the wideband frequency range of 800 MHz to 2.4 GHz
Laird Technologies has introduced its UltraSphere CAF 94895 micro-miniature, low profile, in-building wireless antenna that provides as high as 3.6 dBi gain and operates over the wideband frequency range of 800 MHz to 2.4 GHz enabling six different technologies (AMPS, GSM, PCS, DCS, UMTS and Wi-Fi) to radiate through a single antenna device. This combination of features delivers to the end user a technology-rich, physically attractive and cost-effective solitary solution.
28th June 2006


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